Chambers is pleased to announce a significant joint venture with CPDcast, the leading provider of CPD accredited legal podcasts. The joint venture will see Chambers provide contributions for a series of podcasts hosted on the CPDcast website and available to all CPDcast.com subscribers.
The first series of podcasts are already available. Please insert your username and password to view.
Philip Bartle QC (one of the Bar's most experienced mediators) answers questions about representing clients in a mediation. He deals with when mediation is appropriate, preparing for a mediation, discussions with the mediator before a mediation and a step by step analysis of how to make the mediation day effective.
In this podcast, Martyn Barklem examines key recent authorities and the influence of the Equality Bill on the areas of race and sex discrimination.
In this podcast, specialist employment barrister Antony Sendall will examine the inherent tension in the TUPE regulations of having a uniform set of rules governing transfers in both good times and bad serving both the interests of business survival and job security.
In this podcast, barrister Richard Perkoff outlines the principle issues that arise when litigating a contract of guarantee. It will address the features of a contract of guarantee and how to distinguish it from a 'letter of comfort'. The podcast also addresses in detail the complex question of a surety's right of set off or counterclaim against the debtor both in an insolvency and non-insolvency situation.